David de Lautour, Age, Height, Family, Career, Bio

David de Lautour is a popular New Zealand actor, director, and producer who works predominantly in Hollywood television series and movies. He is well known for his acting performances in New Zealand television series such as Westside and Shortland Street.

Personal Information:-

David de Lautour was born on 28th November 1982 in Christchurch, New Zealand. He is currently 40 years old. His parents’ names were still unknown. He got married and his wife’s name is Hannah Marshall.

He pursued his higher education at King’s College located in Auckland.

Career:-

David de Lautour started his acting career in the Hollywood television series with a series named Xena: Warrior Princess telecasted in the year 1996. He then appeared in a supporting role in some Hollywood television series such as Being Eve, What I Like About You, The Amazing Extraordinary Friends, Legend of the Seeker, NCIS, The Glades, Touch, A-Holes Anonymous, Hart of Dixie, Beauty & the Beast, Once Upon a Time, and This Is Why We’re Single. He appeared in a lead role in an American television series named Power Rangers Jungle Fury and also in some New Zealand television series such as Westside and Shortland Street. All these three television series were tremendous successes and he acquired lots of appreciation for his acting performances in these series.

He also turned himself into a director and directed some episodes of popular television series such as The Brokenwood Mysteries, My Life Is Murder, Alibi, and Westfield. Subsequently, he started his acting career in the Hollywood industry with a movie named Don’t Blink released in the year 2014.

Unknown Information:-

1) David de Lautour also acted in a crucial role in a television movie named Written in the Stars telecasted in the year 2021.

2) He also acted in some short movies such as Isosceles and The Brightest Sunday.

3) He has acquired more than 13k followers on his Instagram account.

David de Lautour, Age, Height, Family, Career, Bio

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